Found February 23, 2013 on NESN.com:
4:04 p.m.: At the end of the day, Terron Armstead and Chris Gragg came out the winners of the 40-yard dash with 4.71 and 4.50 times respectively, but that wasn’t the only drill of the day. The Patriots value the 3-cone highly for all positions. It’s the best indicator of agility at the combine and Tyler Eifert was the only player to time lower than seven seconds. Notre Dame’s Eifert finished with a 6.92 3-cone, San Diego State’s Gavin Escobar finished next with a 7.07 and Stanford’s Zach Ertz finished at 7.08, tied with Rice’s Vance McDonald and Arkansas’ Chris Gragg. McDonald’s time is most impressive since he weighed in at 267 pounds. Eifert and Escobar were also among the leaders in the 20-yard shuttle. Gragg, Eifert and Maryland’s Matt Furstenburg performed best in the vertical jump, while Gragg, McDonald and Eifert topped the broad jump. UCLA’s Jeff Baca, California’s Brian Schwenke, Oklahoma’s Lane Johnson, Texas A&M’s Luke Joeckel and BYU’s Braden Brown topped offensiv
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